• 07 Nov 2017

    A magnificent piece by J. Brahms

    A magnificent piece by J. Brahms. A magnificent piece by J. Brahms. In this case, our Senior Piano Teacher explores the lovely Ballade from Opus 10 by Johannes Brahms (in D minor). A piece loved by many, and no question why. Get in touch with such an interesting article. Discover more about it, like some interesting details such as […]
  • 02 Nov 2017

    How the music has changed

    how the music has changed. How the music has changed. Dominik Zaczek, in his latest article for WKMT, explores the idea of the new era of music. How music has changed, going through some different points to explain the new feelings and trends about music. How different the music and the shows were in the past compared to current […]
  • 26 Oct 2017

    Sonata Transitions

    Sonata Transitions Sonata Transitions Sonata Transitions are for sure the hardest sections to master both when composing or analysing music.  They can be modulatory -the most common ones-, non-modulatory -unusual but possible too- or even mixed -the so-called two-part transitions-. The fact that they can be non-modulatory for example, can become confusing at the time of differentiating them from subordinate […]
  • 22 Oct 2017

    Children and sight reading skills

    Children and sight reading skills. Children and sight reading skills. Since our last pedagogical meeting, our teachers and participants contributed with some ideas and new points of view. In this case, we found interesting one of the interactions and suggestion by our lovely Sabrina Curpanen, Senior piano teacher and greatly experienced with children. She proposes some alternatives, equally valid, […]
  • 18 Oct 2017

    The head of singing performs

    The head of singing performs. The head of singing performs. We proudly announce the new opera production organised at the King's head theatre, where our Head Singing teacher will be performing. Michael Georgiou got a performance opportunity at Puccini's Tosca English version. Taking place this October at King's Head Theatre on until 28th October. Have a look at our […]
  • 04 Oct 2017

    Fingering and Articulation

    Fingering and Articulation. Fingering and Articulation. In our recently released article, Naro Horn writes about the importance of articulation and fingering. Have you ever thought how this exercise could improve your piano learning? And most importantly, how develops your strength on the piano! Read the full article by clicking on the link below and get to know:  importance of […]